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Yaroslav  Kuzminov

Yaroslav Kuzminov

Rector, National Research University Higher School of Economics
Quotes
06.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
Trianon Dialogue Providing Education of the Future
Russia and France share another challenge. Global market runs in English. <…> Russia and France work in their own niches that gravitate towards Russian and French cultures but even in those countries these languages are in decline
06.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
Trianon Dialogue Providing Education of the Future
Translators’ trade has 10–12 years left. It will not be the finest of translations, but it will be enough for radical disruption. Our university market, our commercial offers will be available to absolutely everyone. It is an incredible expansion and a challenge to our competitiveness
06.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
Global Competitive Position and Export Potential for Russian Education
[As for the development of university campuses, – Ed.] we need to select the universities that are key to the national education and build dormitories located in the pedestrian availability
06.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
Global Competitive Position and Export Potential for Russian Education
It is very important to develop the blended learning [combination of online and offline education, – Ed.] format in Russia, because we need to compete with educational systems that are more resourceful than the Russian one. We need to focus on this
06.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
Global Competitive Position and Export Potential for Russian Education
Online education is an alternative to traditional learning. <…> It is a modification of part-time education. In Russia 33% of students study part-time; it is obvious that if we switch these programmes to online courses by the leading universities, we will significantly invest in the quality of their education
14.02.2019
Russian Investment Forum 2019
Reform of Regulation and Oversight: New Directions
We need a transition to a risk-based model of regulation and oversight and a rendering of its economic feasibility, including calculation of the likelihood of adverse consequences. [...] We must clearly see that the regulation and oversight of the state protect only public interests, relating to an unspecified number of citizens, leaving the private protection to the insurance system and the court
25.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
The Ecosystem of Innovative and Creative Entrepreneurship: from Education to Successful Startups
Part of the innovations that are accessible to us lies in the field of impressions economy: design, marketing, etc. We are doing well with this business, by the way. Because this market is not regulated, no one thinks to regulate it
25.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
The Ecosystem of Innovative and Creative Entrepreneurship: from Education to Successful Startups
We need to support the development of research universities and ensure that we have at least one Russian university in the TOP 200 of each subject rating. <...> We need to transfer the network of innovative parks, business incubators, etc. created in the regions to regional core universities. About half of these innovative tools created in almost every federative subjects are filled with non-core businesses. It has nothing to do with innovation
25.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
The Ecosystem of Innovative and Creative Entrepreneurship: from Education to Successful Startups
There are two factors that ensure innovations in the economy. The first is that there must be demand for innovation. We always put up a state “crutch”. It is needed, but it can not replace a market where there is no demand for innovation. The market should have a scale commensurate with innovation. The second condition is a high level of education and research